Florida Law Firm Helps Facilitate Approval for Liquor Licenses

Skilled lawyer assists bars, restaurants and other businesses in the Miami area with issuance and compliance

Restaurants, clubs, caterers and vendors who sell alcohol rely on their liquor licenses to remain profitable. But license applications or transfers can often get tied up in red tape, and alleged violations can put your license and your very business in jeopardy. To enhance your prospects for success, you need a knowledgeable, determined attorney to secure this crucial business asset. 78 and Sunny Legal represents a range of clients in the Miami area and throughout Florida, helping them apply for and secure the licenses needed to sell or serve alcohol. 

Knowledgeable counselor provides reliable legal counsel for the food and beverage industry

A valid liquor license or permit is required for the lawful service, consumption, distribution or sale of alcohol, even if liquor, beer or wine is not your business’s sole or primary product. We regularly work with all sectors of the food and beverage industry, including:

  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Clubs
  • Caterers
  • Private clubs
  • Wine distributors
  • Grocery stores
  • Manufacturers or wholesalers
  • Special events venues
  • Nonprofit and charitable organizations

If controversies arise with your business that threaten the standing of your liquor license, our attorney responds immediately and takes decisive steps to resolve the problem.

Dedicated lawyer assists with license applications

Your business must meet specific requirements to be issued a liquor license. We meticulously prepare your application and closely monitor the process until you have received the necessary licenses and permits. We are able to foresee potential issues and help you rectify problems to prevent delays or denials.

Experienced attorney advises on compliance to safeguard your operations

Once you've secured a liquor license, it's essential to remain in compliance with the strict laws that govern its use. Failure to adhere to legal regulations can result in serious penalties, including steep fines; revocation of your authorization to sell, serve or distribute alcohol; and even your business being closed. Our attorney will help you to understand your obligations and defend your business from allegations of noncompliance.

Contact a knowledgeable liquor license law firm to assist your business

78 and Sunny Legal helps a range of businesses and event organizers in Florida to secure and retain liquor licenses. Call us at 631-590-7046 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.